6 Channels Of 21st Century Learning. 6 Channels Of 21st Century Learning This post has been updated from a 2013 post by Terry Heick At TeachThought, we constantly wrestle with two big questions: How do people learn, and how can they do it better in a constantly evolving context? In pursuit, the theme of “21st century learning” often surfaces, a popular label that, while perhaps cliche, still seems to be necessary as we iterate learning models, fold in digital media resources, and incorporate constantly changing technology to an already chaotic event (i.e., learning). This has produced our 9 Characteristics of 21st Century Learning, a kind of overview we created in 2009, and our Inside-Out School model that is meant to be a kind of bridge between current school design and what’s possible moving forward.
Learning Channels Above is a kind of “2.0” of the “9 Characteristics of 21st century Learning” that is framed around the idea of “learning channels.” In this model, you’ll notice 6 distinct channels. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Menco Platform // Exploring tomorrow's education, today. [INFOGRAPHIC] The 10 Skills Modern Teachers Must Have. The above image is 8.5×11″ so you can print it out. PDF is available here . There’s been a lot of talk about 21st century learners, 21st century teachers, and connected classrooms. There’s a daily influx of new technology into your inbox and your classroom feels woefully behind the times even if you’re flipping your 1:1 iPad classroom that’s already online and part of a MOOC .
What are modern teachers to do with all this jargon and techno-babble being thrown at them all day long? Simple. In my experience, I’ve seen teachers attempt to integrate 30 iPads into their classroom by handing them out and then trying to figure out which apps are worth using. In order to do this, you’ll need skills modern teachers must have. 1) Build Your PLN Whether you call it a ‘personal learning network’ or a ‘professional learning network’ is not important. 2) Establish Real Relationships Whether it’s online or offline, the ability to establish real relationships is critical to any modern teacher. 7) Slow Down.
DNA of a 21st Century Educator Simplified! 36 Things Every 21st Century Teacher Should Be Able To Do. What should every teacher in the 21st century know and be able to do? That’s an interesting question. After just now seeing this excellent post on educatorstechnology.com, I thought I’d contribute to the conversation. I added the twist of ranking them from least complex to most complex, so novices can start at the bottom, and you veterans out there can skip right to 36. 36 Things Every 21st Century Teacher Should Be Able To Do 1. Select the right platform to communicate. Whether you choose a text message, email, social media message, Skype session, or a Google+ Hangouts depends on who you need to communicate with and why—purpose and audience. 2. Email won’t always work. 3. Hit the Print Screen button near your number pad on a keyboard on Windows. 4.
Know what it means to be Rick Roll’d, the difference between a fail and an epic fail, why Steve is a scumbag, and who sad Keannu is. 5. Not everyone loves technology. An RT as an olive branch. 6. 7. Tone is lost when you type. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. The 33 Digital Skills Every 21st Century Teacher should Have. By EdTech Team Updated on march 2, 2015 : The original list that was created in 2011 comprised 33 skills , after reviewing it we decided to do some merging and finally ended up with the 20 skills below.
The 21st century teacher should be able to : 1- Create and edit digital audio Here are some tools for teachers to develop this skill :Free Audio Tools for Teachers 2- Use Social bookmarking to share resources with and between learners Here are some tools for teachers to develop this skill : A List of Best Bookmarking Websites for Teachers 3- Use blogs and wikis to create online platforms for students Here are some tools for teachers to develop this skill : Great Tools to Create Protected Blogs and Webpages for your Class 4- Exploit digital images for classroom use Here are some tools for teachers to develop this skill :Web Tools to Edit Pictures without Installing any softwareTools to Convert Photos into Cartoons.
27 Ways To Be A 21st Century Teacher. 25 Signs You Might Be A 21st Century Teacher. Has Education arrived in the 21st Century yet? This interesting table, comparing 20th and 21st Century learning, was conceived by William Rankin, a well credentialed doctor of Education from ACU, Texas. This graphic, which I found on Educational Technology and Mobile Learning, was originally published on iThinkEd in 2007, where you can read Rankin’s full thoughts that led to his creation of this table. What’s fascinating for me is the fact this was written 7 years ago.
It doesn’t date the message. It challenges us as educators to reflect on how far we have actually progressed. I started hearing the talk about 21st Century Learning back in the 90s and here we are in 2013 and, looking at this chart from Rankin, we have to ask ourselves; for all the talk and planning, have we really moved out of the 20th Century and embraced what this nebulous concept of 21st Century is really about? We marvel at the innovators we love watching on TEDTalk videos. We build our great contemporary learning spaces.
What does it look like at your school? 21st century education. Revised August 2008. Your Assignment, Should You Choose to Accept It . . . Like Alice, many educators, policy makers and even the general public respond resoundingly with "That's impossible! " when challenged to adopt a new paradigm of education for the 21st century. Most people today adhere to a paradigm of education that is strictly 19th century. But, like the Queen, a growing number of educators are believing in and accomplishing "the impossible". Scott McLeod, in his blog, Dangerously Irrelevant, recently reminded us of a line from Mission Impossible, and we must apply that challenge to all of society. "Your assignment, should you choose to accept it" is to take education truly into the 21st century.
Web 2.0 and new Social Communities Dr. What is 21st century curriculum? What does all this mean for how we design and build schools? 1. References. An Updated Digital Differentiation Model. This is part of a Digital Differentiation model, my way i of weaving a web of flexible tools together for teaching and learning. To keep the model relevant, frequent updates are required, as new tools and trends emerge. To access the most current resources, please click on the tab at the top of this blog: Digital Differentiation - Current Updating Ten months ago I published a Digital Differentiation model on this blog. Technology is a tool that can be used to help teachers facilitate learning experiences that address the diverse learning needs of all students and help them develop 21st Century Skills, an idea supported by the Common Core.
At it's most basic level, digital tools can be used to help students find, understand and use information. The goal is to design student-driven learning experiences that are fueled by standards-based Essential Questions and facilitated by digital tools to provide students with flexible learning paths. 3 Components: Essential Questions Flexible Learning Paths.
Reinventing School - A Design Thinking Challenge by Your Learning Partner - Brendan. 40 Ways Education Technology Will Be Used In The Future. Do you know what technology you’ll be using in the classroom 5 years from now? What about 10 years from now? A new visualization may be able to help. Thanks to the hard work by Envisioning Tech , it’s simple to see what we could expect to happen in the next few decades. From today’s iPads to holograms in the year 2040, there’s a lot coming to a classroom near you. Better still, the visualization below is categorized into color-coded topics. Want to post this up in the teacher’s lounge or on your desk? Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 6 Must Watch Videos on 21st Education. Check out the list below and share with us your feedback.
Enjoy 1- Classroom of Tomorrow 2- The Voice of The Active Learner 3- The Future Starts Now 4- Designing Schools for 21st Century Learning 5- Tools and Resources for The 21st Century Education 6- A Vision of 21st Century Teaching. What is 21st century education? What is 21st century education? Envisioning-the-future-of-education.png (1600×2263) SR-1382A_UPRI_future_work_skills_sm.pdf. Työelämätaitoja tulevaisuudessa (ellei jo nyt) | Two steps ahead. Valmistelen mentaalisesti ja erilaisia lähteitä lukemalla edessä olevaa opetuskokonaisuutta.
Muuttuvat työ ja työelämä- tai työtaidot ovat osa valmistelu-urakkaa. Ajattelin jakaa tässä jotain löytämääni (linkki lähteeseen). Tulevaisuuden instituutti Palo Altossa Yhdysvalloissa tiivistää raportissaan esille kymmenen taitoa, jotka ovat (tulevaisuudessa) yhä merkittävämpiä. Ne ovat mielekkäiden yhteyksien oivaltaminen, sosiaalinen älykkyys, uudistava ja mukautuva ajattelu, monikulttuurinen osaaminen, laskennallinen ajattelu, uus-medialukutaito, koulukuntarajojen ylittäminen, sommitteleva hahmotustapa, tiedollisen tarjonnan hallinta ja virtuaalinen yhteistyöskentely. Seuraavassa alustavia kommentteja jokaiseen mainittuun kymmeneen tulevaisuustaitoon, erityisesti oppimisen ja osaamisen kehittämisen näkökulmasta.
Mielekkäiden yhteyksien oivaltaminen Sosiaalinen älykkyys Itsekseen oleminen ja tekeminen ei enää riitä. Uudistuva ja mukautuva ajattelu Monikulttuurinen osaaminen Laskennallinen ajattelu. Future Work Skills 2020. In the 1990s, IBM’s Deep Blue beat grandmaster Gary Kasparov in chess; today IBM’sWatson supercomputer is beating contestants on Jeopardy. A decade ago, workersworried about jobs being outsourced overseas; today companies such as ODesk and LiveOps can assemble teams “in the cloud” to do sales, customer support, and many other tasks. Five years ago, it would have taken years for NASA to tag millions of photo-graphs taken by its telescope, but with the power of its collaborative platforms, the task can be accomplished in a few months with the help of thousands of human volunteers. Global connectivity, smart machines, and new media are just some of the drivers reshaping how we think about work, what constitutes work, and the skills we will need to be productive contributors in the future.
This is the introduction to the report from the Institute for the Future (IFTF) for the University of Phoenix Research Institute : Future Work Skills 2020. 6. Related article: Toward Society 3.0: A New Paradigm for 21st century education. Education 3.0 and the Pedagogy (Andragogy, Heutagogy) of Mobile Learning. The evolution of the web from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 and now to Web 3.0 can be used a metaphor of how education should also be evolving, as a movement based on the evolution from Education 1.0 to Education 3.0. I discussed this in Schools are doing Education 1.0; talking about doing Education 2.0; when they should be planning and implementing Education 3.0. Many educators are doing Education 1.0; talking about doing Education 2.0; when they should be planning and implementing Education 3.0. This post compares the developments of the Internet-Web to those of education. The Internet has become an integral thread of the tapestries of most societies throughout the globe.
The web influences people’s way of thinking, doing and being; and people influence the development and content of the web. The Internet of today has become a huge picture window and portal into human perceptions, thinking, and behavior. Essentialism is defined as: Applications to Mobile Learning.